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THE CHRISTMAS MIRACLE, PART 1: GABRIEL

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THE CHRISTMAS MIRACLE, PART 1: GABRIEL

Tweet Share   It began in the Temple. It began with a passionate prayer that opened the gates of heaven.   An elderly couple – the priest Zechariah and his wife Elizabeth, who both were “righteous before God, walking in all the commandments and ordinances of the Lord” –were nonetheless barren, just as Abraham and…
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2012 – “THE END OF THE WORLD”??

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In the Beginning, there were seven days of Creation. So at the End of the tale, there must be seven reciprocal days of Destruction. “Seven” is the number that symbolizes complete accomplishment. The Creation of the world was accomplished in seven days. The soul completed its descent from “Abraham” to “Joseph” and into the bondage…
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RACHEL & LEAH (Part 2)

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TweetShare With cunning and wisdom, the Sacred Feminine protects Jacob and transfers all of Laban’s power to him.   (Don’t like Videos? To read the Transcript instead, click the TAB on upper right) *** PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO LEAVE A COMMENT! *** If you enjoy my Blog, please consider buying a book today.And let me…
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THE BEAUTY AND WISDOM OF THE FEMININE

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TweetShare In the Kabbalah, Rachel represents Beauty and Leah represents deep Understanding, two sides of the Sacred Feminine — the ‘Presence’ of God in the manifest world.  (Don’t like Videos? To read the Transcript instead, click the TAB on upper right) *** PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO LEAVE A COMMENT! *** If you enjoy my…
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THE BEAUTIFUL REBECCA

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TweetShare Since Isaac and Ishmael could re-unite as brothers, the story makes clear, there is no reason at all why their children, Jews and Muslims, cannot do the same. Come hear the story of Rebecca, her husband, and her children. Episode 6 of THE SACRED FEMININE: Women in the Bible (Don’t like Videos? To read…
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HAGAR, PRINCESS OF EGYPT

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TweetShare Hagar, mother of Ishmael (with Abraham), was a Princess of Egypt. The Talmud says she was “perfumed with good deeds”. In today’s Sacred Feminine Video, find out about her real conflict with Sarah. (Don’t like Videos? To read the Transcript instead, click the TAB on upper right) *** PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO LEAVE…
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SARAH: ARCHETYPE OF THE SHECHINAH

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TweetShare  In the Kabbalah, the Sacred Feminine is described as a ‘Vessel’ that holds and protects the ‘seed’, the Light, of the Sacred Masculine, like a chalice filled with wine. Sarah is the archetypal essence of the Sacred Feminine (in Hebrew, the SHECHINAH), and as such, she naturally glows with a heavenly beauty that ordinary…
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AN END TO RELIGIOUS MISOGYNY

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TweetShare “Original Sin” is NOT something “a woman did a long time ago”. This is a parable of our own inner life, each one of us, right here, right now. It’s high time we stopped blaming Eve! Today’s video explains. (This one’s a bit over 5 min, a tad long perhaps, but when you’re readjusting…
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THE RAPE OF DINAH

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TweetShare During their journey, Jacob and his family came to the city of Shechem. Jacob bought some land from a man named Hamor, whose son’s name was Shechem, like the town. On one particular day, while Jacob’s sons were out pasturing the flock, Hamor’s son Shechem brought some of the young maidens of the land…
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JOCHEBED, MIRIAM, AND BITHIAH

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TweetShare After many years of enslavement, the Israelites had greatly multiplied. Pharaoh worried that if a war were to break out with Egypt’s neighbors, the thousands of slaves might side with the enemy. So steps had to be taken to reduce their population. Also, Pharaoh had been warned by his astrologers that a child who…
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CHARLES FILLMORE: “NEVER LET ‘I CAN’T’ ENTER YOUR MIND”

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TweetShare One of the most famous of all of Christ’s quotations, as well as one of the most disregarded, is found in Luke: “Once Jesus was asked by the Pharisees when the kingdom of God was coming, and he answered, “The kingdom of God is not coming with things that can be observed; nor will…
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CHRIST, THE ‘FISH’, THE VESICA PISCES, & ASTROLOGY

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TweetShare When he had finished speaking he said to Simon, “Put out into deep water and let down your nets for a catch.” Simon answered, “Master, we have worked all night long but have caught nothing. Yet if you say so, I will let down the nets.” When they had done this they had caught…
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